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In the first post of this series, we took up the task of Defining The Law Of The Land. After that, we considered The Purpose Of The Law Of The Land. The last post focused upon the effect of what … Continue reading
This is the sixth and the final post in a series of posts that proposes to answer the following question. Can you name a single thing Jesus said which was genuinely new, original, or useful? We had The Presentation Of The Question in part 1. If … Continue reading
Recently, The American Post-Standard provided one of the posts on this blog, “The Morality of Government,” the courtesy of a link. In We Must Fight the Devil with Fire, phadde2 recalls how I answered a question with a question. In the comment section of Citizen Tom’s … Continue reading
Think about how odd it is. We elected a black president, and he promised to bring us all together. With his election, we would finally see an end to racism. Instead, the people who were supposed to end racism won’t let … Continue reading
BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns, and Guts Comades! has an interesting post on Nationwide Protests July 18-19 to Oppose Illegal Immigration. Here is how it starts. The so-called Immigration reform bill swirling around Congress is a dangerous bill according to Mark Levin. It includes … Continue reading
Americans have fought one another in two civil wars. That first civil war we now call the American Revolution. Why did so many of the colonists revolt against the mother country? To determine the causes, we need only read the Declaration … Continue reading